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On a recent long drive (on I-95) I noticed that a warning light had appeared on my 2010 Terrain display. It was a tire icon with a slash through it and the letters "TC". It remained on until I shut down the vehicle at a rest stop and did not reappear when I continued my drive. It has not appeared since. The pavement at the time was dry (and far from freezing).

I been meaning to check the OM, but keep forgetting. I figured I'd ask here as to why it might have come on and if it is something I should tell the service department about??
 

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You or one of your passengers probably just bumped the traction control off button (it's behind the cupholders on the center console) and when you turn off the system, the light appears as a warning. It will default to on with the next time you start the vehicle.
 

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dishdude said:
You or one of your passengers probably just bumped the traction control off button (it's behind the cupholders on the center console) and when you turn off the system, the light appears as a warning. It will default to on with the next time you start the vehicle.
Well my Pug was the only passenger and might well have hit the button (I was looking for a button and did not think to look there). Thanks.
 

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I'll bet you that's it. My dog did the same thing.
 

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tmozer said:
Well my Pug was the only passenger and might well have hit the button (I was looking for a button and did not think to look there). Thanks.
I am also showing that this symbol means that the traction control is turned off. You can press and release this button that is located on the console as mentioned above. It illuminates and the appropriate DIC message displays. You can find more information on page 1-23 of your owner’s manual. If you have further questions, please feel free to contact me. Thank you.

Tricia, GM Customer Service.
 
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